Seligman, Arizona is a Route 66 town all the way. This delightful town retains all the flavor of the old road. A trip down Route 66 in Seligman is a trip back in time to the days when Route 66 was the Main Street of America. Founded in 1895 after the completion of the “Peavine” Railroad (see Ash Fork) the railroad camp known as Prescott Junction officially became Seligman and was an important railroad stop along the line. Seligman embraced Route 66 wholeheartedly upon its arrival in the late 1920’s.
The railroad and tourist traffic from Route 66 became Seligman’s main source of economic security. In the late 1970’s Seligman was bypassed by the Interstate and the Santa Fe Railroad ceased its operations in the town in 1985. Many old towns with similar histories would have faded away once they were bypassed, but not Seligman.
~Legal Description: BRIDGE CANYON COUNTRY ESTATES UNIT # 24 LOT 5172
~Size: Approximately 1.34 Acres or 58,370 Square Feet.
~Elevation: 5,461 feet
~Address: 58375 N Soga Cir, Seligman, AZ 86337 (enter into Google Maps)
~GPS coordinates: 35.391236, -113.092028
~Access: See Maps
~Zoning: Rural Residential allows primary dwelling per parcel - site built homes, manufactured homes, modular homes. Livestock allowed.
~Sewer: Would be septic or alternative system
~Water: Would be by well or alternative system
~Conveyance: Free and clear title
~Taxes: $47 / year
~Association Dues: N/A
~Mineral Rights: N/A
Discounted cash price $2,395
EVERYONE QUALIFIES!! No Credit Checks! No Prepayment Penalties!
Financing option is as follows (example with minimum $195 down payment*):
$117*/mo x 24 months @ 0% (excluding property taxes)
* Additional finance charges: $100 one-time non-refundable note setup fee and $12/month note service fee
PROPERTY IS SOLD USING A LAND CONTRACT WITH DEED EXECUTED UPON COMPLETION OF PAYMENTS!